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Esupat is an 11-year-old girl from Tanzania. She lives with her parents, grandparents, and six siblings. She enjoys helping around the house with different house chores like cooking, cleaning the house, washing dishes, and fetching water. Her father engages in local subsistence farming and livestock keeping. Her mother is a homemaker so the family depends on the father's income for provision of basic needs. Esupat's mother shared that it has been hard for their family the past two years because of drought, their cattle have been dying and farming has not been good. When she was five years old, Esupat was helping her grandmother start a fire. The fire caught her cloth and ended up burning her neck and her chest. Her parents took her to a medical center near their home. After four months of treatment, she got better, and her wounds healed but left her with a burn scar contracture around her neck. She is having a hard time straightening her neck and has a limited range of motion. Her mother says that the treatment she requires is expensive and they won’t be able to pay for it so they are asking for help. Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is helping Esupat receive treatment. On October 11th, surgeons at their care center will perform a burn contracture release surgery to help her move her neck easily. Now, her family needs help to fund this $639 procedure. Esupat’s grandmother says, “I am hopeful now that my granddaughter is going to get better.”

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Favour is a beautiful baby who is suffering from hydrocephalus. Favour's mother was rescued from early marriage by a local Catholic church when Favour was only three months old. After the rescue, she was supported to go back to school while Favour was left under the care of her grandmother. The social worker who helped the mother saw Favour and noticed that her head was larger than it typically would be. She talked to the grandmother and they brought her to BethanyKids Hospital early this year for examination. Scans were done and she was diagnosed with hydrocephalus, a condition in which excess cerebrospinal fluid accumulates in the brain and increases intracranial pressure. As a result of her condition, Favour has been experiencing an increasing head circumference. Without treatment, Favour will experience severe physical and developmental delays. Her family does not have any extra source of income or insurance to help cover the cost of treatment. So our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is requesting $720 to cover the cost of surgery for Favour that will treat her hydrocephalus. The procedure is scheduled to take place on September 21st and will drain the excess fluid from Favour's brain. This will reduce intracranial pressure and greatly improve her quality of life. With proper treatment, Favour will hopefully develop into a strong, healthy young girl. Favour’s grandmother says, “Currently I’m unable to work well because of my grandchild’s condition. It would really make a great difference when she is treated.”

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Bobreen is a beautiful 21-month-old girl, living with her parents in Uganda. Her father works as a vehicle mechanic, while her mother is a secondary school teacher. They rent two rooms for shelter for their family. During her free time, Bobreen enjoys playing with the other children in the neighborhood. Two months ago, Bobreen began to experience troubling symptoms, including a severe cough. She was brought to Rugarama Hospital, and was given treatment for the cough. The cough persisted, even after Bobreen completed the medication. On August 31st, her parents decided to bring her to Rushoroza Hospital, where she was diagnosed with pneumonia. She was treated, but as the time for her to be discharged grew nearer, Bobreen developed a swollen stomach. A nasal gastric tube was inserted, and this helped to decompress her abdomen. She improved for a few days, and started to feed normally, but her stomach started swelling again. Subsequently, Bobreen was diagnosed with an intestinal obstruction. Bobreen needs surgery to prevent her symptoms from getting worse, but her parents cannot afford it. Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is here to help. Bobreen is scheduled to undergo a curative laparotomy surgery on September 12th at Rushoroza Hospital. This procedure will cost $284, and Bobreen and her family need your support. Bobreen's father says: “I pray that my daughter gets the necessary treatment so that she may be able to live a normal and better life. I pledge to educate her to the highest level possible, so that she can in turn be able to help others.”

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